The latest in cataract surgery includes the use of a laser in attempts to improve your vision.
A video that explains the risks of cataract surgery.
Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty is an effect and safe treatment option for open angle glaucoma.
Laser Peripheral Iridectomy is the treatment of choice for individuals at risk for, or in an attack of acute angle closure... Read More
Age-related Macular Degeneration (AMD) is a condition that causes damage and loss of function of the central part of the... Read More
If you develop wet macular degeneration, certain treatments may prevent further vision loss. This video explains your potential treatment... Read More
Those individuals that develop severe diabetic eye disease may benefit from surgery to prevent future vision loss and save what vision is... Read More
Diabetic Retinopathy can cause vision loss. Those individuals that develop diabetic retinopathy may benefit from injections in specific circumstances of diabetic eye... Read More
Diabetes can lead to irreversible loss of vision. That is why it is important to control your sugar with diet and medications. Hopefully, this video will explain to... Read More
There are two main types of conditions that can cause droopy eyelids: ptosis and dermatochalasis.
Ptosis is when the... Read More
The most common cause of new onset flashing lights and floaters is a Posterior Vitreous Detachment or PVD. The vitreous is a... Read More
Did you develop a painless red eye that looks really bad in the mirror? If there were no other symptoms, such as vision loss or discharge, you may have experienced a... Read More
If you want to get rid of your glasses, refractive surgery may be an option for you. This video explains how that may be... Read More
Dry eye is one of the most undertreated eye conditions in the United States. In the healthy eye, tears are constantly being... Read More
Your typical eye drop instructions for weeks 2-4 after cataract surgery are:
Please take the DUREZOL and BROMDAY once a day in the surgical eye. These drops heal... Read More
Blepharitis is a chronic and frequent condition of the eyelids when dandruff-like debris builds up along the base of the eyelashes. Blepharitis also can plug the oil... Read More
What is a Cataract? The natural lens is the structure located behind the iris or the colored part of the eye. The lens... Read More
There are approximately 30 glands in the upper and lower eyelids that are responsible for producing oil that stabilizes your tear film. These glands are called... Read More
The cornea is the clear structure in the central front part of the eye. It is the structure that contact lenses rest on. The cornea covers the iris (the color part... Read More
Fuchs’ dystrophy is by definition a bilateral inherited disease that affects the cornea. The cornea is the front part of the eye that people put their contact lenses... Read More
Glaucoma is a disease where the pressure usually is too high in your eye and causes damage to the optic nerve. Your optic... Read More
Conjunctivitis is inflammation in the conjunctiva or white part of the eye. The most common type of ‘pink eye’ is a viral conjunctivitis. Viral conjunctivitis is... Read More
Your typical eye drop instructions after surgery are:
Please take DUREZOL, CIPROFLOXACIN, and any artificial tears 4 times a day in the surgical eye.
Please... Read More